The protracted period that some items are being kept in storage is of concern to Regional Chairman of the Region Ten Democratic Council [RDC], Mr. Renis Morian.
Morian said that the decision to take a spontaneous tour of the bond came after he had instructed the Regional Education Officer, Mr. Rabindra Singh, to have a number of items that were being held in the bond distributed to the respective schools for which they were intended.
He said that he wanted to be assured that the instructions that the Council had issued were acted upon to ensure that the students in Region Ten do not suffer because of the tardy behaviour and actions of anyone.
“Throughout my statutory meeting I had already planned to visit the bond but held back from revealing this to the REO and DREO as I wanted to be assured that no one had any prior knowledge. As such, while I am not overjoyed I am somewhat pleased that the situation there is manageable,” he reasoned.
He said that there is certainly a need for more aggressive systems to be implemented and hopefully this will be done with the assistance of the REO. He said that REO Gordon is one who is determined to ensure that the systems are enhanced and further developed.
As such, he stressed that the education, health and agriculture committees will be harder at work this year. He noted, too, that efforts will be made to visit a number of places with the view of improving, implementing and further developing what is already there.
According to Morian, the visit to the bond forms part of a more in-depth 2019 plan which will see the Councillors accompanied by him and the Deputy Vice Chairman going out into the fields more often as they seek to better understand and monitor what is happening.
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